The cities to travel to if you like football

The cities to travel to if you like football

Watching football on TV is exciting in itself, but knowing the atmosphere and watching an exciting match from the stands is the very best. Most football fans probably agree, but not all Norwegians think that the Eliteserien or the Norwegian 1st division is so very exciting. Consequently, we recommend that you take a trip to Europe to visit one of the continent’s many football cities. The football fans who are…

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Top 10 Sights in Stockholm

Top 10 sights in Stockholm

According to DigoPaul, Stockholm is located on 14 islands, connected by about fifty bridges. The immediate proximity to the sea and marine life, makes its mark on both the buildings and the pulse of Sweden’s capital. A city break to Stockholm can seem like an easy solution, as the trip is the shortest we can make, if we want to go abroad. Nevertheless, the city receives our strongest recommendations. The…

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Attractions in Monaco

Prince's Palace of Monaco

Here are some of the great things you can do in Monaco. Prince’s Palace of Monaco The right time to visit the palace in Monaco is at 11.55, no matter which day you choose. Then there is a change of guard in the square in front of the main entrance. Originally, the palace was a fortress, dating back to the year 1191. Since then, the palace has undergone many renovations.…

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City Break in the Europe

Amsterdam 2

Are you planning a city break this autumn? This is perhaps the best time of year to visit major European cities. Most places have fewer tourists in the streets, which means that the locals take over the stage. Prices are therefore usually lower, and city life becomes more authentic. According to Countryaah, most of these cities are capitals of European nations. Here are ten suggested destinations for this fall’s city…

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Attractions in Zurich

Urania observatory

It should be well done to get bored in Zurich. Wealth and Swiss efficiency that spans several hundred years, has contributed to the city containing a huge variety of sights and experiences. Here’s a selection to consider when visiting the world metropolis. Urania observatory According to DigoPaul, the observatory in Zurich dates to 1759, making it one of the oldest in the world. There you can look at the stars…

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TOP 10 THINGS TO DO IN SCOTLAND

ISLE OF SKYE

Highlands, whiskey, kilts, … these are often terms that are associated with Scotland. But Alba, as Scotland is called in Gaelic, offers a whole range of other highlights and we would like to introduce you to some of our favorites – here are our TOP 10 for Scotland: 10TH PLACE: ISLE OF SKYE (AN T-EILEAN SGITHEANACH) The largest island in the Inner Hebrides can be reached by ferry or road…

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Art in Lithuania

Vilnius Cathedral

Early painting in Lithuania shows Byzantine influence, which lasts until the 16th century. The earliest known murals (from about 1300) are found only in fragments in the crypt of Vilnius Cathedral. The Grand Duchy of Lithuania, which was in union with Poland between the 1400s and the 1700s, had close cultural links with Central Europe. A number of foreign craftsmen and painters worked on decorating church interiors. The art of…

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Luxembourg

Luxembourg

Luxembourg is a constitutional monarchy (Grand Duchy) in Western Europe. Luxembourg is a small inland state bordering Belgium in the west and north, Germany in the east and France in the south. There are two main regions, Ösling in the north and Gutland in the south. The capital is Luxembourg. Luxembourg is slightly larger than Vestfold county, has 556,319 inhabitants per 2014 and is one of the smallest nations in…

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Nightlife in Zurich

Sunset over Zurich

Zurich’s nightlife mainly takes place in the old town on both sides of the Limmat. In the side streets around Nieder- and Oberdorfstrasse on the right side of the Limmat, there are a lot of hidden bars and cafés. New bars and clubs are also constantly opening in the city, especially west of the main train station in the fourth and fifth district, around Langstrasse. Also in the vicinity of the Hardbrücke are…

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Theater and Film in Lithuania

Theater in Lithuania

Theater in Lithuania Prehistory of Lithuanian theater Theater in Lithuania began with the Jesuits in Vilnius. They were summoned by leading Catholics who feared that the Great Lutheran Reformation would have an impact in the relatively young Catholic country, which had been in staff union with Poland for a long time. At the University of Vilnius, which they themselves founded in the 16th century, the Jesuits arranged theatrical performances with…

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